Those driverless test cars cruising California streets may soon, in fact, be driverless.

The state Department of Motor Vehicles on Friday posted its latest proposed regulations for testing and deploying fully autonomous vehicles in the Golden State. The long-awaited move—a 2012 law said the rules were supposed to be in place two years ago—set an administrative clock in motion that could mean the DMV will enact final rules by the end of the year.

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